Pailin District

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Pailin District (Khmer: ប៉ៃលិន), actually Krong Pailin or Pailin city is one of two districts (Khan) in Pailin Province, western Cambodia. The district is subdivided into 4 Sangkats and 36 Kroms. According to the 1998/2008 census of Cambodia, the 575 km2 city had a population of 15,800 and 36,354 respectively.[1][2]

Sangkat (Communes) Krom (Villages)[3]
Pailin O' Tapuk Loeu, O Ta Prang, Soun Am Pao Khang Lech, Suon Ampov Khang Koet, Wat, Toek Thla, Ta Gen Loeu, Ba Den Neiv, Toul Kheiv, Pa Hi Tboang, Pa Hi Choeng
Ou Ta Vau Khlong, Koun Phnum, Ou Tavau, Kbal Pralean, Die Kra Hom, Kra Chab, Ou Proes
Tuol Lvea Tuol Lvea, Chamkar Kaphe, Ou Chra Kandal, Ou Chra Khang Kaeut, Ou Chra Leu, Ou Ta Puk Kraom, Ou Peut, Tuol Sralau, Tuol Nimit, Viel Vong, Thmey
Bar Yakha Ou Chra Lech, Ou Snguot, Roung Chak Tuek Kak, Ba Yakha, Ba Tangsu, Bahuy Khmaer Cheung, Bahuy Khmaer Tboung

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Population Census of Cambodia 1998, Final Census Results" (PDF). National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning, Cambodia. August 2002. Retrieved 2010-11-25.  See page 296.
  2. ^ All districts, communes and villages in Pailin, National Institute of Statistics, http://www.bridgeinternational.biz/download/villages/Pailin.pdf
  3. ^ All districts, communes and villages in Pailin, National Institute of Statistics, http://www.bridgeinternational.biz/download/villages/Pailin.pdf

Relevant Links[edit]

Official Pailin Tourism The Official Cambodian Ministry of Tourism website for the city of Pailin featuring tourist attractions, hotels and resorts, restaurants, useful information for travellers and more.

Coordinates: 12°50′56″N 102°36′33″E / 12.8489°N 102.6092°E / 12.8489; 102.6092